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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO.. OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2M. 1910
Subsrriptiun, $1.UU a Year.
Suurssful U m ol the Im ulwlor.
Funeral wrrvic»-« were con
Columbia Grange of which Au
I*u»l r*-tufnr«l l*> <lu»t and l)»e spirit
faithful meintier. A larg«* rot
t«> <i«»»l w ho gave it
friends followed the rcinainw
Agio*» Janiivttr I'van», born Juqr 17,
la?l raatmg place in the Eva
IH9I, at I■Aloiirrllr Falls, •!>•*•! Jan 23,
near M«»»irr. I raw than a year ago
she w aw atrlckvn w ith tulM*rcul»»wiM. Her
pliywiciaii advianl that a higher altitude
Wot||«| l»r ln*m !h lai Io her liraltl« alid
wlo* wmw taken I«» Mowit-r
It wa* hope*!
I«»r a tin*«* wtir wa« Improving au<! lh<>*
| m | uf « ?tr«»ng «»»n»titulioii, th«»
ravag«« «>f lhr t«»rribl.» «Iiwrawr cummm-
rd ainl wither'd her
the vital »park was qurhdM*«! and tier
tired heart for« c«l t«» < «■«»>«’itw tl»r»»hbing
Iler )"iing though womanly »pint went
«•ill «»ver th«» <laik Jor«lan <»f 'irath with
th«* pal«* am! Milrnt laiatmaii, and «icath
wtainp'-d the chilly impt«e»M <>( liiw icy
liaii'l U|w»n th« fair aid ihm»e«*iit brow,
alii when the word «»I her death reach
r I nw M ii.dax iimrniiig a tt«mor «>f <!rrp
aym|*atbv ran through mr cumimitiil)
lor th»- itmthrr w Im lovl nur»c«| and
t*hv<*r«?l her through th<« l«»ng illiic*»
ami a I. », only a lew i»h»»rt muiitliw pre-
VI«»U", had pa*»M-.| thr« »ugl I «jrrj» »«»rr«»w.
her y«>uiigv»l »»on, Jamie having di«*d uf
The ideal place for an imubator ia
where draught* of air are abw*-nt. whrr«*
there i* al way* a great difference l»e*
tween the room tem|»eratnrw him ! that
required in the egg « hamla-r, witere the
difference 1» strictly maintaiiKwl an«!
where the humidity of the atmosphere
nuilorm a? poeeib'.e.
These conditions are usually best real
ized in a clean, dry cellar, u holly or
partially lielow tl r ground »urface. In-
euliators uf the non-moisture t) | m * have
( tiec-n operated with good result- in an
upper room uf a dwelling huu?e in Jan
uary, } «-Uruar\, March and April, hut
in th«- hot weather of July ami August,
in tin- «»mu imtilHitor and Maine room,
the result was |Kw»r, hatching only 33
|M*r cent, when liens were hatching
nearly every «-gg from the same source».
Every inculmtor <le|H-t»dM for it* ven til -
aimn on the dif!«*tciice bela«*«»n outside
and inside temperatures.
ature of tin- roam. then-fore, *lioul«i not
fall I h *I'» w •> » degrees, nor niu*t it be
come »•> warm that the interchange <4
air is prevent«.*!.
That the thermometer registers cor
rectly must tie ii-uertamed with certain
ly, ami if itK’orrect the error must la-
Case- have la-en known
where thermometers pul out by a re
«lipt hei ia.
liable firm r«-gi»ter**l correctly f«»r the
first four months, hut a lew months
Inter, having been kept in di»u«rd in
and uuc hall degree? too high.
In stalling an in«*ul»ator it is l»*«t to
u|M*rntr it with doors and ventilators
wi le o|«un for several hours, the tune
«le|M«nding on its size, so a? to expel ail
moistuir. Then close the doors, sei th«»
ventilators according to instructions
furnished by tt»e maker, pla«e the ther
mometer with bulb at such a level as it
would l»e if resting on and between two
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Semi-W *-«*kly Journal
Paily aud >nn«la\ Journal
Pally < *r«*g>>man
Pailv and Sumlay Orvg»»nian
IU tt« r Fruit and \ W Pacific Farmer
Better Fruit an«l I'aeitiu Monthly
Farm Journal and Poultry S*< rets
Xgr nuit uriwt
13. Pacific Monthly.
Pauitle Monthly. McCall?, Farm Journal
15. Belter 1 rnit. Rural spirit and M c C m II s
1«. Oregon Agriculturist, Belt«-r Fruit, l,»« ific Monthly
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try l<» arrange a money-saving Club for you.
Youths Conipani<»n i? a new one plentf* say so.
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»•gg" lying on snles in the tray.
the lamp until the thermometer regis
ters 1112 degrees, then adjust the heat
regulator until the dam|»er hangs level
ami just ire«* of ll e flue w hen the ther
mometer registers 192 degrees.
When the thermometer ha'» remainet!
for «»lie hour al 102 degrees without uf-
iecUng the position <>f th** damper, put
in the eggs, laying them on their side?
in the tray, ami adjust the thermome
ter, so that the bulb rests oil an<l be
tween tw<» eggs with the tula* elevat*?!
at ju*t enough angle to i»urmit easv
reading of the scale.
of the bulb will fall con-nleiable from
THt BLAVtK STATE HERALD
IIA VI. Bl I \ hnmmering nway in this corner of this paper for nigh onto
tiv«* year*, billing that linn* we have »*X|M*mle«l nearly < »N F. THOl’SANH
HOLLARS in a«lv«»rtiaing. W«» la*lieve it has la»«*n a lH»nefit to ns, a ln»n«»fit
t » YOl’ whether y»»u’r«* a «•iiat«»m**r of this bank »»r not, a b«*nefit to th«* com
munity. a l»««m*Ht to every family in th«» eoniiminity.
It has drawn together m»»r«» tlian*i
F. III NI>RF.l> TlIOI'SAN0 POLLAKS
and put it to work in thia community, making it easier for you to mak«* prompt
collection», stimulating the market for all pr«Mt«i<*tH, enabling many p«?»pl«* to buy
homes who could not haved<»ii«* so «»tln*rw is«».
W«* have tri«*«l to mak»* it convenient for all class«»« of trad«» not of a specu
lative nature. Our advertising has I m » vii th«» meamvof |a»<»pl«* carrying a bank
ace«»iint who never had or ever thought it poaaibh* to have a Imnk account.
Just in proportion as the bank prospers the community prospers, and
All men use a bank at limes an«l all men should therefore In» tlrp*»aitors to
tin* extent ol their ability.
ALL I’KHRONs hnMIm crrtlllrat«»» for ihw h»IO ART <’AI.KND Ol
niUMt pr* «ent th«-m al th«* tmnk in ike next few day« in «»rdrr to
«-«intact with the cold eggs, but the
«iaui|»er may not fall, nor l*e in any way
affected. This is l»«?vau?«‘ th«* thermom-
«•ter is more or less «listant from the
egg*, ami it? tenipuratnre i? controlled
bv that «f the air which encloses it.
The total vidume of air in th«» egg
chainter will la* very little aff«vted in
tem|»erature by the cohl eg1»?.
make any a«ljustment of the lamp «jr
regulator fur 24 h«»urs, providing th«*
thermometer never registers more than
10*2 «i«*grt*es during that tune.
The temperature at which egg? nr«» to
lie !iiaintaine<i is generally accepted to
I m » 102degrees, some people give 102
th«» first week and 103 thereafter.
ter *24 hours adjust the lamp ami regu
late so that the «lamper hangs freely
and level ahnd one fourth inch alxvve
th«* iip|n*r end of the lamp flue.
rang«* of regulation in limit«?l and for
th«» adjustment of temperature when
the animal heat of th«* egg begins to In*
manifuste«l, the lamp tlamv must E m »,
After th«» first *24 hour« the eggs shouhl
In* tuynt*«l ami th«» egg tray reversed end
f«»r end. This should afterward l»e «lone
regularly every *24 hours until the cl«n»e
«if the eighteenth day.
If th«» turning
In* not systematically done th«» hatch
will I»» impareil, for the development of
the circulation in any pnat of the egg
will be imp<?le«i if that part dews not
receive fully as much heat as the other
In turning it is a gmnl plan to
mark the eggs I, *2, 3, 4, al the four
quarters, w hich not only facilitates but
also makes certain that th«» egg?
are turned enough and not too much.
Turn from 1 to 3, then 2, then I, then
I again him ! so on. In this wav all parts
of the eggs are a??lire«I of maximum
heat fur th«» same length of lime. C«x»l-
ing of the eggs i? generally recominenu-
e«l. When turning remove tray into si
room of from tk) to 95 degrees temprni-
ture an«l turn in a leisurely manner by |
hand, also shifting the position of the i
eggs in th«» tray.
Thia should usually
occupy about five minutes.
After the I
tenth «lay eggs can lie left out ten min
utes without detriment, provhling the
room is not below <U> degrees tempera-1
The funeral aervike of Mr» Jam«*
Haya wm beid in the M E chureb at
Pieaeant Home on January IV, by Rev.
Parounagian of («rewharu
ware interred in the cemetery at that
Mrs. Haya bad been »wk for
several week** but on recovering »lightly
was taken to G re» ham where an opera
r for mud by Hr. Nbort.
death occured Monday when »be did
not come out from under the influence
of the anesthetic.
She wan formerly
(.'lemma Radford, daughter of Richard
an*! (.ora Radford. wftuae bom* w* near
She married Jamee 1 Lays on
No vein tier 16, at the age of 17, just two
months and one day before her death,
therefore the couple'» married life waa
very abort and also sad an -he wae sick
rnoet of the time.
Mrs. Hava, who was born Nov. 17,
18! »2. receive«! most of her education in
the Cottrell school where -lie waa held
in the highest esteem.
husband and parents, she leav.-w-aright
brother« and three sisters to mourn her
A very pretty wedding wa« celebrated
Wednesday of last week in the Mcabee
hall in the presence of nurneruua rela
tive« and a few friends, Rev. 8. Bettis
officiating, the contracting parties being
. M. X AN MARTEK. Evangelist who will begin meetings
Gertrude, the youngest daughter of Mr.
Linnemann Memorial Methodist Church next Ihursday night.
an«l Mrs. Geo. Bolan«!, an«! P C. Huff
The bn<!e wa« charmingly attir
ed in cream serge an«! the groom in con
Testing is necessary for several r «sa and regulator will need frequent adjust
The bride earned a
Probably infertile egg? may fe- uient
The more adjustment required ventional black.
main in the tray up to the tenth ■lay the more certainly is there
guoxl liouquet of white carnations. The brid
al party stood beneath an arcb of fir
without doing any harm, but on the hatch.
and < >regon grape while the ceremony
tenth day, animal heat ought to tie
was read after which dainty refreah-
manliest*?! on the surface of fertile
ments were served.
The reception in
If infertile egg? I>e left in con-
the evening was largely atUnded.
tact with fertile eggs, the latter will be
Announcement is made of a mass
chill«?!, which will at least deter their
The literary program at tbe last dav
With pure w
white shelled meeting of the people of Northern meeting was something out of tbe ordi
eggs, shells of ordinary thickness, the Clackamas who are interested in the nary.
Miss Isom uf the Portlawl Li*
propFscd annexation to Multnomah
first test may la» made on the third day
< brary gave a long talk
With <iark shelled eggs tin- end of the
tions which were answered by F
sixth day is probably as early a? a good ning of February third.
| Crane, our worthy Master. Mrs Ln ve
test can !»•• made with an ordinary test of the meeting will be to discuM plans 1 lace read an essay on the ’‘Heart ci the
er, and the firat test should be made for taking up the matter in a legal way. New Thoogbt.'’
This w ill probably be done by au initi
Little Harold Crockett gave a birth*
ative petition to have it placed before
If the operator distrusts his opinion
«lay party Saturday.
the ¡»eople of the state.
he net?! not remove infertile egg* at this
The revival meeting«* conducted by
So far as can be ascertained the sen
time but on the tenth day the second
timent all over the district to la? an Rev. S. Bettis will continue thia week
t««st auonld l»e made and all infertile
nexe«! is strongly in favor of annexation. and perhaps longer.
egg? and dead germs removed.
The people in the vicinity of Gladstone,
Hiram Richmond will move this week
end of the fourteenth day, the third
Milwaukie, Clackamas and oak Grove to Washington where be has secured
test should I m * made
At this time, if
•.re report«^! a? strongly in favor uf it, employment in a mill.
incubation has pr«»ceeded at a normal
w bile further east it is equally favora
rate, fertile eggs having live germs will
ble. Boring has a Push Club and Sandv
apia'ar as opaque.
a Commercial Club, each of w hich w ill
After the fourteenth day further test do a lot to help the movement along.
Notice ia hereby given that the firm
is necessary fur dead germs.
They will each likely be present with
From the tenth to the fourteenth representative men to tell why they de of Ix*ete-Robert? Co., was d>ss«dyed on
Jan. 1, 1910, and that the business will
days, the animal heat ol the uggs l»egins sire the change.
heretofore be conducted by M. A. I^eete
t«> lie manifested and attain? its maxi
who will collect all bills and pay all out
mum under normal condition? of incu
8. E. Roberta. (5
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